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The giants continue to sign fun contracts, adding CB Adoree Jackson

The New York Giants continued to spend on a free agent, signing cornerback Adori Acks Exxon.

A person familiar with the deal told the Associated Press that the team had signed a three-year contract with the former Tennessee titan. The person spoke on condition of anonymity on Monday, as the agreement with the free agent was not announced.

The deal is estimated to cost about $ 13 million a year.

Jackson was given $ 10.24 million for the fifth year, which the Titans took last year. But he lost his salary cap last month after suffering a knee injury shortly before the start of the season, limiting him to three games in 2020. acks Exxon started 41 of 46 games for the Titans և has only two career disruptions.

The first round selection USC had 33 transfer deviations, three forced fakes and two distortions recovery. He can also strike back.

Since the launch of the free agency, the giants have signed wide receiver Kenny Golade, twice Pro Bowl strongman Kyle Rudolph, Viking idiot idiot Odenigbo, defender Mike Glennon, inside midfielder Reggie Ragland, who pushed back Dev Ross. , Defender Cullen Gilaspia – all as free agents.

The team has worked out a major new deal with Leonard Williams’s re-signed receiver CJ Board, defensive baseman Austin son Onson ս long-time boxer Casey Crater.

General Manager Dave Gatleman also “revised the contract for the settlement of Nate Solder” and released veteran guard Kevin Ittler.

Last season, New York had a record of 6-10 under freshman Judo Uj.


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